Gibbons v ogden

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  • according to your own link (oyez) it was a unanimous verdict for Gibbons, not Ogden....others have confirmed this. Ogden was miffed because he thought he had exclusivity.
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Gibbons v ogden

  1. 1.  In 1824, New York allowed Robert Fulton and Robert Livingston to have authority over the regulation of waterways between New York and New Jersey. The state of New York permitted Thomas Gibson to operate steamboat between these two states. Aaron Ogden believed that the decision was under the jurisdiction of the Federal government to grant Gibson permission to operate between different states.
  2. 2.  The Commerce Clause was violated. Federal government has power to regulate any and all interstate activity under Commerce Clause and this is enforced through the Supremacy Clause.
  3. 3.  Did the state of New York exercise an authority that is reserved to the federal government through the Commerce Clause?
  4. 4.  Date of trial was on February 4, 1824. Unanimous decision made on March 2, 1824.
  5. 5.  The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Ogden. The Commerce Clause was violated and the federal government reserves the power to regulate interstate activity. As a result of Supremacy Clause, Congress is given power over the several participating states.
  6. 6.  Chief Justice Marshall gave an opinionated meaning to the Commerce Clause, concluding that navigation on interstate waterways could fall under the category of commerce. Any nature of interstate commerce fell under federal government jurisdiction. This case is an example of federalism where the federal government is given a power over the states.
  7. 7.  http://www.oyez.org/cases/1792-1850/1824/18 http://cases.laws.com/gibbons-v-ogden

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